CFHS code : PL231

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : In Loving Memory ANN HAGGER PANCHAUD d August 20th 1907 aged 69

Monument : Stone cross (broken)

Above information amended  from Cambridge Family History Society Survey



Ann Hagger Panchaud (née Morley) (1838 – 20 August  1907)

Ann was the daughter of coachmaker William and Martha (née Wilkin) Morley and was baptised at St. Mary the Less Church on 3 June 1838. She married Charles Frederick (Charlie) Panchaud (1938-c.1922) on 9 October 1859 at Holy Trinity, Islington and they had at least two children: Clara Frances (1870-1872) and Frederick (1874-1961).  Charlie was a printer/compositor at the University Press and Ann worked as a straw bonnet maker.  The family lived at Russell Street and then 67 Hills Road (at least 1891 onwards). Charlie was ‘one of the best known and most appreciated amateur comedians’ and was a keen actor and brass player also.

Ann died at the County Hospital in Bedford aged 69 years old.  Charlies married for a second time in 1909 to Mary Martin (1851-1920) who had been the chief female attendant at Fulbourn Asylum. They moved to lived in Bedford where  Charlie’s son Frederick worked as a chemist/dispenser.  It is believed that Charlie Panchaud died  in Bedford in 1922.



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Ann Hagger Panchaud